We're heading into the final week of early voting for the March 4 Party Primary Election, and if last week’s turnout is any indication, it could be a busy 5 days. In Shelby County, 543 voters cast their ballots through yesterday, which is ahead of the 523 total that voted four years ago in person and by mail. Of the 543 that have voted early for the current election, 477 were Republican. There’s also 199 mail ballots that have been sent out.
In Shelby County, you can cast ballots from 8 to 4:30 today through Friday at the county clerk’s office on the south-side of the Center Square.
In San Augustine County, you can vote early from 8 to 4 today through Friday at Election Administrator Deborah Woods’ office in the El Camino Justice Center, and from 9 to 4 this week at the Broaddus Community Center.
Don't forget, you must have a photo ID in order to vote early and in person March 4. If you don’t have a Drivers’ License or other form of photo ID, the Texas Dept. of Public Safety is issuing free Election Identification Certificates. In San Augustine County, Election